Manchester United winger Daniel James has reportedly attracted interest from four Premier League sides ahead of the January transfer window.
The Wales international has struggled to cement a spot in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side this season, having only made eight appearances all competitions.
James could look to get regular minutes elsewhere, with Daily Star reporting that West Bromwich Albion have become the latest side show interest.
The report claims that West Brom manager Sam Allardyce has already made an inquiry for the speedy winger, who has two goals to his name this season.
However, the Baggies will reportedly face competition from fellow Premier League outfits Leeds United, Burnley and Brighton and Hove Albion.
Leeds failed with a move for the Welsh winger in the off-season while they were close to sealing a move for the player when he was still with Swansea City in the Championship in 2019.
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United legend Roy Keane felt the goal against Leeds United may improved things for James at Old Trafford.
'He's had a tough time. He's had a tough time since he's gone to United. He started off his career at United really well, but had a difficult few months,' Keane told Sky Sports
'Again, credit to Ole - he probably thought it was gonna be his kind of game and it's gonna be open. Going to United was a big move for him.
'Look at his face, it meant a lot to the kid and I'm delighted for him. Playing for Man United is not as easy as everyone thinks, there's a lot of pressure.'